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Red Army (disambiguation)

Chiefly, a Red Army is a communist army. Such armies include: Hungarian Red Army of the Hungarian Soviet Republic Lal Sena, an Indian militia group Red Army of Turin, formed in 1919 to defend socialist activities Ruhr Red Army, military organisat ...

                                               

Hasnur Group

Hasnur Group is an Indonesian Conglomerate headquartered in Jakarta, Indonesia. The group was founded by Abdussamad Sulaiman HB in 1966. The group has interests in forrestry, mining, media, services, and also holding an Indonesian professional fo ...

                                               

Andri Kustiawan

Andri Kustiawan, known as Andrew, is an Indonesian professional futsal player who currently plays for Indonesia Pro Futsal League club Bintang Timur Surabaya and the Indonesia national team.

                                               

2009 Arab Nations Cup

The Arab Nations Cup 2009 was the ninth staging of the Arab Nations Cup, an association football tournament held between Arab countries by UAFA. The first stage of qualifying began in December 2006, but no further rounds were played and the tourn ...

                                               

Sasuke

Sasuke may refer to: In history and geography: Sasuke Inari Shrine, a Shinto Shrine in Kamakura, Japan In general usage: Sarutobi Sasuke, a ninja in Japanese folklore Sasuke TV series, a televised sports entertainment special in Japan The Great S ...

                                               

Apollohal

The Apollohal is an indoor sports hall located in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Built in 1934 as a tennis hall, the complex was later designated for expositions and ice skating. Since it was renovated in 2004–2005, it has mainly been used as basket ...

                                               

Nigeria Standard

The Nigeria Standard is a daily Nigeria newspaper owned by Plateau States government, published by Benue-Plateau States Print Publication Cooperation, with headquarters at Jos.

                                               

DSN

Direct Sports Network, a sports centered digital media company, based in Irvine, California

                                               

Tayyar Hain

Tayyar Hain is the official anthem of the 2020 Pakistan Super League, the fifth season of the Pakistan Super League. It has been written by Zulfiqar Jabbar Khan, and sung by Ali Azmat, Haroon, Asim Azhar and Arif Lohar. It was released on 28 Janu ...

                                               

SEC

Securities and Exchange Commission disambiguation State Examinations Commission, Ireland State-owned Enterprises Commission, Taiwan State Electricity Commission of Victoria, Australia

                                               

PMG

PMG may refer to: Phonomyography Polymicrogyria Peace Monitoring Group, in Papua New Guinea Permanent magnet synchronous generator Ponta Porã International Airport in Ponta Porã, Brazil Piped medical gases, part of the medical gas supply of a hos ...

                                               

Gut

Human digestive system Abdomen, the region of the body below the thorax but above the pelvic region Insect digestive system Beer gut, slang for an obese stomach Gastrointestinal tract, the system of digestive organs in humans and other animals

                                               

Flacara (disambiguation)

Flacara may refer to: Flacara Stadium, a multi-use stadium in Moreni, Romania Flacara lui Adrian Paunescu, a Romanian weekly magazine edited by Adrian Paunescu Flacara Iasului, a Romanian regional newspaper Flacara Bucuresti, a Romanian football ...

                                               

TVR (disambiguation)

TVR is a British sports car company. TVR may also refer to: Taff Vale Railway, a South Wales railway company that operated 1840–1922. Treasure Valley Rollergirls, Boise, Idaho, US, roller derby league Terminal verification results for smart payme ...

                                               

Olga Fler (philanthropist)

Olga Borisovna Fler is a Russian public figure and philanthropist. In April 2016, Fler presented the project" Meet For Charity”. This is a charity auction where lots are meetings with open-minded, creative and interesting people from media, busin ...

                                               

FK Bor Stadium

FK Bor Stadium, commonly known as Stadion kraj Pirita, is a multi-purpose stadium in Bor, Serbia. The current capacity of the stadium is 5.000. FK Bor stadium was build in 1956. First match was played in April 1957. between local rivals FK Bor an ...

                                               

D2

Mount Dulang-dulang, the second highest mountain of the Philippines D2 motorway Czech Republic D2 road Croatia, a state route in Croatia Dublin 2, a Dublin, Ireland postcode D2, a line of Moscow Central Diameters D2 motorway Slovakia

                                               

Bottom line (disambiguation)

Bottom line or the bottom line may refer to: The Bottom Line venue, an intimate performance concert venue in New York Citys Greenwich Village from 1974 to 2004 The Bottom Line, a student-run print and online newspaper at the University of Califor ...

                                               

I Can See Your Voice (South Korean season 6)

The sixth season of the South Korean mystery music game show I Can See Your Voice premiered on January 18, 2019 on Mnet and is simulcast on tvN in South Korea.

                                               

I Can See Your Voice (South Korean season 2)

The second season of the original version of I Can See Your Voice is a television mystery music game show that broadcasts originally on Mnet and its simulcast on tvN in South Korea.

                                               

Chaeyoung

Son Chae-young, known mononymously as Chaeyoung, is a South Korean rapper, singer, and songwriter. She is a member of Twice, a K-pop girl group formed by JYP Entertainment. In addition to singing for the group, Chaeyoung is frequently acknowledge ...

                                               

TX

TX Network, a Japanese television network TX Group, a Swiss media company TX Digital Illusions, a former American video game developer

                                               

Khaleej

Al-Khaleej is an Arabic word which means "gulf". Khaleej may refer to: In Gulf Arabic, it primarily refers to the Persian Gulf, on the coast of which the Gulf Arabic dialects are spoken. Haliç, the Turkish name of the Golden Horn in Istanbul

                                               

2019–20 Sydney Sixers WBBL season

The 2019–20 Sydney Sixers Womens season was the fifth in the teams history. Coached by Ben Sawyer, they finished fifth in WBBL|05. The Sixers entered the tournament as "hot favourites" and proceeded to win six of their first eight matches. Howeve ...

                                               

List of The Masked Singer (American TV series) episodes

The Masked Singer is an American reality singing competition television series based on the South Korean namesake program. The show, which involves celebrities singing in elaborate full-body costumes, was developed by Craig Plestis and is hosted ...

                                               

Open

Open Stick Men album, 2012 Open band, Australian pop/rock band Open, a 1979 album by Steve Hillage Open YFriday album, 2001 Open Shaznay Lewis album, 2004 Open Gotthard album, 1999 Open Cowboy Junkies album, 2001 "Open", the first song on The Cur ...

                                               

High Heat Major League Baseball 2002

High Heat Major League Baseball 2002, also known as High Heat Baseball 2002, is a video game released in 2001, and is the fourth game in the High Heat Major League Baseball video game series. Then-Montreal Expos member Vladimir Guerrero is featur ...

                                               

Sammy Sosa High Heat Baseball 2001

Sammy Sosa High Heat Baseball 2001 is a video game released in 2000, and is the third game in the High Heat Major League Baseball video game series. It was the first game in the series to feature then-Chicago Cubs member Sammy Sosa on the cover.

                                               

1901 Nashville Baseball Club season

The 1901 Nashville Baseball Club season was the 8th season of minor league baseball in Nashville, Tennessee, and the Nashville Baseball Clubs 1st season in the Southern Association. The board of directors awarded the league pennant to Nashville o ...

                                               

Christian D. Johnston

Johnston grew up in Shaler where he attended the Shaler Area High School. He was notable as a High School basketball player at Shaler. Johnston then attended Duquesne University where he was also notable NCAA Division 1 college basketball player ...

                                               

Joseph Davies

Joe Davies footballer, born 1870 1870–?, Welsh international footballer Joe Davies footballer, born 1864 1864–1943, Newton Heath F.C., Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. and Wales international footballer Joe Davies cricketer born 1992, English cricket ...

                                               

James Mills

James, Jim or Jimmy Mills may refer to: Jim Mills rugby league born 1944, Welsh rugby union and rugby league footballer of the 1960s and 1970s James Mills author born 1932, American journalist and author of a Life magazine series filmed as The Pa ...

                                               

Joseph Shaw

Joseph or Joe Shaw may refer to: Joe Shaw footballer, born 1928 1928–2007, centre half for Sheffield United Joe Shaw footballer, born 1883 1883–1963, left back for Arsenal and was later caretaker manager at the club Joe Shaw footballer, born 1882 ...

                                               

Harrow

London Borough of Harrow, England, UK Harrow, Ontario, Canada Harrow, Victoria, Australia Harrow UK Parliament constituency The Harrow, County Wexford, a village in Ireland Harrow, London, a town Harrow, Caithness, a hamlet in Scotland, UK

                                               

Ulf Eriksson (tennis)

Eriksson made his debut in the main draw of a Grand Prix event at the 1974 Stockholm Open, losing in the first round to Bob Hewitt. Eriksson played in the singles main draw of the 1976 Australian Open and in partnership with his compatriot, Olle ...

                                               

Huck

Huck, a character on Scandal Huck, eponymous hero of Huck comic book, by Mark Millar Huckleberry Hound, a cartoon character created by animation studio Hanna-Barbera Huckleberry Finn, a character in four novels by Mark Twain

                                               

Lance Dodes

Dodes, in The Sober Truth, says that most people who have experienced Alcoholics Anonymous AA have not achieved long-term sobriety, stating that research indicates that only five to eight percent of the people who go to one or more AA meetings ac ...

                                               

R. Lance Hill

R. Lance Hill is an American screenwriter and novelist. He is best known for writing the 1989 cult film Road House, as well as the novel and screenplay for The Evil That Men Do. Hill frequently used the pseudonym David Lee Henry while in Hollywood.

                                               

2006–07 Australian Athletics Championships

The 2006–07 Australian Athletics Championships was the 85th edition of the national championship in outdoor track and field for Australia. It was held from 9–11 March 2007 at the Queensland Sport and Athletics Centre in Brisbane. It served as a s ...

                                               

Balls.ie

Balls.ie is a sport website based in Ireland. It is run by Balls Media. According to The Irish Times in 2015, 1.2 million unique visitors experienced Balls.ie every month. This had risen to 1.7 million by 2016. Balls.ie was founded in 2010. Accor ...

                                               

Sven Fornling

Sven Fornling is a Swedish professional boxer. He held the IBO light-heavyweight title from 2018 to 2019 and challenged once for the WBA interim light-heavyweight title.

                                               

Levius (manga)

Levius is a Japanese manga series that was developed by Haruhisa Nakata. The manga began appearing in Monthly Ikkis Ikki Comix section in February 2013, and continued to be published until November 2014, when Ultra Jump acquired the rights to the ...

                                               

2015 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships

The 2015 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships for A-Pool teams was held at HarborCenter in Buffalo, New York, United States, from April 26 through May 3, 2015. This was the final time the event was known as the "IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World C ...

                                               

Cosmin Iliuța

Cosmin Iliuța started playing rugby in 2014 at CSS Barlad, a school based club under the guidance of coaches Ciprian Popa and Dan Tufaru. In 2017 he is selected for the senior team of the club making his debut in Divizia Naționala, the second tie ...

                                               

Podoli Swimming Stadium

Podoli Swimming Stadium is a swimming centre in Prague, Czech Republic, which is located on the right side of Vltava river in Podoli neighborhood. It contains two 50 meter-long pools, 33 meter pool for water polo, spa or other facilities includin ...

                                               

AAU

Anand Agricultural University, in Anand, Gujarat, India Association of American Universities Addis Ababa University, in Ethiopia Allied American University, Laguna Hills, California, United States Antillean Adventist University, in Mayaguez, Puer ...

                                               

Northern Region

Northern Region may refer to: Northern Region Sydney, alternative name for the northern suburb of Sydney in Australia Northern Region, Uganda Northern Region Film and Television Archive, an English organisation Northern Region, Nigeria former Nor ...

                                               

SCU

System Control Unit for Sega Saturn chip set SAS control unit, a hardware component that controls Serial attached SCSI devices Single Compilation Unit, C/C++ specific compilation technique

                                               

PAP

Power to the People Italy, an Italian coalition of political parties Peoples Action Party disambiguation Peoples Alternative Party, a Malaysian political party formed in 2015 Pan-African Parliament, legislative body of the African Union Peoples A ...

                                               

OPL

Open Programming Language YMF262 OPL3 Optical path length FM Operator Type-L, a series of sound chips made by Yamaha YMF278 OPL4 YM3812 OPL2 YM3526 OPL Optimization Programming Language, a modelling language designed for the CPLEX Optimization so ...